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He had worked up his patriotism to a pitch of genuine bravery and daring that I had never seen exhibited, when fliff, fluff, fluff, _fluff_, FLUFF, FLUFF -- a whir,
The quadrons have appeared, not only in the young generation are modernizing tbefe Biitic, but in the Bhck Sea, and in the antique veftments; rhe fliff embroidered Mediterranean.
The universal gazetteer : being a concise description ... of the nations, kingdoms, states, towns ... &c. in the known world ; the government, manners, and religion of the inhabitants ... of the different countries. Illustrated with a complete set of maps
A fpecies of pubefcence, in form of a fliff roundifh hair j on the ftems, branches, leaves, flowers or fruits: fometimes covering almofl the whole furface of plants.